Welcome to our Thursday Community Win!
On Thursdays we get to tell fun stories about how TechNet Wiki did something that's a little amazing... bringing community members together.
A few people have been wondering about a mysterious missing milestone that appears in your profile activity: "the Technet Wiki has become a global phenomenon".
We had 9 milestones listed on our TechNet Wiki article:
We even had conversations that maybe we needed to say there were only 9 milestones instead of 10 (which is the number listed in the Profile FAQ).
For example, here's a comment on the Wiki article above from Zoltan...
Zoltán Horváth: The FAQ says a Wiki article can reach 10 possible page view milestones, but there are only 9 in the Wiki Activity Point summary table. Is something missing?
Richard brought a lot of clarity to this issue in this Wiki Discussion forum thread:
That helped me realize that I needed to verify if we were missing a milestone in our list.
So I went back to the Wiki article that was provided by Eric B:
For those who don't know, Eric has led the efforts getting TNWiki started (and he got the "Wiki Ninja" vibe started). Here's Eric:
I saw that we were indeed missing that milestone. So I asked John from our Wiki team. He dug and sent me the info.
So I then made the change. Check out the addition made in this Wiki comparison here:
In almost no time, Ana tweeted it!
And then Yuri sent us the tweet:
And Yuri even translated it for us...
“The article about the recognition points at #TNWIKI was updated, including the 20,000 views definition.”
And then Samuel jumped in with some formatting. =^)